AISMA

AcronymDefinition
AISMAAssociation of Independent Specialist Medical Accountants (UK)
AISMAAll India Station Masters' Association (railway trade union)
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Each maturity level of the AISMA methods is based on the main concept of ISA/IEC-62443 and can be applied to other information security-related criteria and maturity concepts.
AISMA methods encompass the main ISMM concepts and the scope of information security criteria, as shown in Table 1.
The accreditation process required Mrs Pott, who is also a non-executive director of the Port of Tyne, to successfully complete an interview by a panel of members from AISMA's national committee, which included industry experts from right across the UK.
"The AISMA accreditation provides due recognition of the longterm commitment that RMT has made to the medical sector, the investment we're continuing to make in recruiting and training the highest calibre of staff, and the advantages that our team's specialist knowledge and expertise can offer any professional working in the healthcare sector.
Aisma spokesman John Aylward from Griffiths Miles in Swansea, said, 'I'm afraid that this has been the picture for a number of years now and the gap is quite possibly widening.
Aisma spokesman Mike Gilbert said: "It's good to see that GPs in this area are doing so well.
Aisma spokesman Mike Gilbert said: ``The results of this year's survey are more crucial than ever as the whole issue of GPs' pay is in a state of flux.''
They thus disgrace or stain themselves (m[i]ainontai).(27) The sign of the presence of Hades (aidos) in their song (aisma) to the aidoia is in the verb "to sing" or aidein, of which aideisthai or "to be ashamed" looks like its middle voice (aidesthai).
Aisma spokesman Mike Gilbert said, ``The results of this year's survey are more crucial than ever, as the whole issue of GPs' pay is in a state of flux.''
The fundraising will help mark the 15th anniversary of AISMA, which is inviting its members to help raise pounds 15,000 for the independent humanitarian medical aid organisation, Mdecins Sans Frontires (MSF).
Aisma spokesman Mike Gilbert said: 'GPs who take on additional lucrative work can see their earnings break the pounds 100,000 barrier.' High earners have a stable business partnership at their practice, work as a team and work long hours.
The survey, by the Association of Independent Specialist Medical Accountants (AISMA), has been published as the NHS faces an escalating crisis in the recruitment and retention of GPs.